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Author Yi-Ping Chen
Author's Email Address d9302002@ms.ttu.edu.tw
Department Electrical Engineering
Year 2008 Semester 2
Degree Ph.D. Type of Document Doctoral Dissertation
Language English Page Count 78
Title COST ALLOCATION OF TRANSMISSION AND ANCILLARY SERVICE IN A DEREGULATED POWER SYSTEM
Keyword
  • cost allocation
  • transmission utilization
  • frequency regulation
  • ancillary service
  • ancillary service
  • frequency regulation
  • transmission utilization
  • cost allocation
  • Abstract In the deregulation of electrical power industry, a great number of the methodologies and strategies with fairness and transparency have been devoted to solving the cost allocation among all market participants. In this dissertation, the different perspective and alternative approaches of the cost allocation are proposed. The focuses of this dissertation are discussed in the power transfer, transmission utilization, and frequency regulation.
    In the power transfer, the straightforward method using Y-bus matrix is proposed, in which the injection current between generation and load is considered while the current through the complicated network topology is not traced. The interaction of real and reactive power for each generator-load pair can be clearly identified. Besides, the proposed strategy for determining the transmission utilization is based on a new perspective on the dissipated heat caused by the line resistance rather than the traditional power flow method.
    In the developing the cost allocation of Primary Frequency Regulation (PFR), this dissertation proposes a series of methods for analyzing load variations and utilizes the actually recorded data as an analytic case. It expects to obtain the characteristics of load variations during different time periods, which is taken as basis to establish the cost allocation index of PFR. On the other hand, the transient response of the individual generating units to PFR service is analyzed in this dissertation. The quantitative PFR performance index of individual generating units are established according to their dynamic properties and operation models. Furthermore, load following is another important subject concerning with the frequency regulation. How to schedule the energy and frequency regulation in a security-constrained electricity market is also addressed.
    Advisor Committee
  • Wen-Chen Chu - advisor
  • Bin-Kwie Chen - co-chair
  • Chang-Hua Lin - co-chair
  • none - co-chair
  • none - co-chair
  • Whei-Min Lin - co-chair
  • Files indicate in-campus access immediately and off-campus access at one year
    Date of Defense 2009-07-14 Date of Submission 2009-09-14


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